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If you are Eligible for a FLU Vaccination, please call the practice to book before the 31st March 2020.

Woodlands Medical Practice is working towards the Pride in Practice awards with the LGBT foundation for more info go to https://lgbt.foundation/who-were-here-for/pride-in-practice 

Your doctor isn’t the only person who can help you feel better. You can improve your health and wellbeing through social prescribing. Contacting the service will give you the opportunity to meet a community connector who can spend time with you exploring what activities and local support could improve your health and wellbeing. It is easy to access, either talk to your GP or surgery staff. Or you can simply give us a ring on 0161 339 2345 or visit us online at https://oldhamcares.com/thriving-communities/social-prescribing/ Our directory of services can be found here: https://www.actiontogether.org.uk/community-activities/community-activity-directory

If you are a carer please make sure you let the practice know, Carers support information packs available in practice. 

FYI Any letters requested from the practice may incur a charge please check with the practice. E.G. To whom it may concern letters are £15.

Please be aware there is a new section on the Oldham SEND Local Offer which provides details of summer activities available to children with special educational needs and their families. This came about as part of the ‘You said, we did’ consultation work with children and their families earlier in the year. This link takes you to the Local Offer and the activities link is the first box in the left hand corner. The link to the local offer on their website to promote the opportunities and signpost children, young people and families in the right direction for support regarding special educational needs and disabilities.

 

https://www.oldham.gov.uk/info/200368/children_with_disabilities

 

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